The video shows how to collect mediators spontaneously released by mucosal biopsies. It offers a translational approach to gain insights into the impact of mucosal mediators in bowel pathophysiology
PhD students from Denmark demonstrate different objective methods (transit measures with a magnetic capsule, colon volume estimations and anal sphincter function) to assess the effect of opioids on the gut
In this video it is described how to perform and interpret single/double immunofluorescence for the identification of either surface or intracellular proteins in human biopsies from intestinal mucosa.
In this short video, Dr Sabine Roman will show you how to review an esophageal high resolution manometry
ESNM Image video
This video describes how a barostat study is performed. The main utility of the barostat. Preparation of the bag before intubation, the intubation procedure, and it gives some examples of experimental designs that can be used in barostat studies
IBS Bologna Days 2016, overview of the congress click here
Rifaximin, a non-absorbable antibiotic targeting dysbiosis and beyond click here
Irritable bowel syndrome, gas bloating and distension click here
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS): geographical, cultural and environmental factors click here
IBS, nervous system and nerves: which is the relationship? click here
Microbiota and healthy life: how important they are for the relief of irritable bowel syndrom click here
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and serotonin modulating drugs click here
Rome IV diagnostic algorithms for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) click here
New Rome IV criteria for irritable bowel syndrome: what they are and how to use them click here
The NeuroGASTRO 2015 meeting took place in Istanbul and comprises 37 recorded lectures covering updates and recent advances in neurogastroenterology and motility.
As they are covering a similar scope you might also want to check out recordings from the Ascona II Meeting held April 19-24 in Ascona, Switzerland.
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is the most prevalent functional gastrointestinal disease seen in primary care. This updated UEG online learning course on IBS is delivered in four modules comprising contributions from an international team of primary care and secondary care experts. Learners are invited to test their knowledge before undertaking each module and then again at the end of each module.
To take the course click here
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